[Biococoa-dev] ssh access - again
schristley at mac.com
Sun May 31 14:54:13 EDT 2009
You can still commit changes without keys, it will just ask you for
your password (sometimes multiple times which can be confusing). The
keys are just a convenience to avoid typing your password all the time.
On May 31, 2009, at 10:33 AM, Koen van der Drift wrote:
> Luckily I do remember my bioinformatics.org password, and indeed can
> just checkout the code in the terminal. So I am good to go :)
> Eventually I would like to reset my keys somehow, so I can commit
> - Koen.
> On May 31, 2009, at 1:00 PM, Scott Christley wrote:
>> Hey Koen,
>> You are a Mac guy, the KeyChain Access app is your friend :-) I
>> blissfully forget my passwords all the time.
>> Anyways, your password is for login into bioinformatics.org, so
>> they seem to have some mechanism for recovering or changing it.
>> Hopefully that will work for you, if you are still having problems
>> then you might have to email them. Also you can always access the
>> source code through anonymous SVN, though it won't let you commit
>> any changes.
>> If you get your password figured out, I can help if you want to
>> generate new key files.
>> On May 31, 2009, at 6:05 AM, Koen van der Drift wrote:
>>> I tried to check out the latest revision from BioCocoa, but again
>>> hit my head against the ssh login mess. When I try to access
>>> either the ftp site, or the svn repository (using svnX), I am
>>> asked for my password, which I apparently do not remember
>>> (*shame*). Is there any way to reset it? I did replace my HD a
>>> while ago, so some info regarding keys may have gone lost.
>>> - Koen.
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>>> Biococoa-dev at bioinformatics.org
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